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Roger P. Anderson, 61

Shrewsbury – Roger P. Anderson, age 61, of Shrewsbury, was unexpectedly called home to be with his Lord and Savior Friday, Nov. 9, 2012.

Roger is survived by his devoted wife of 10 years, Jing (Xu) Anderson; a son, Peter G. Anderson and his wife Francy of Worcester; two daughters, Sonja Anderson Greenwich of Millbury and Oji Anderson of Shrewsbury; a brother Stephen Anderson of Ct; and five adored grandchildren, Matthew, Joseph, Jonathan, Emma and Sarah.

He was the son of the late George and Lucill (Lewis) Anderson, and was born Oct. 19, 1951 in Worcester. He was a graduate of Millbury High School and received his degree from Babson College. He had lived most of his life in Worcester, moving to Shrewsbury in 2010.

Roger was an avid gamer, as well as being an avid comic reader who was the founder and owner of Music Quest in Worcester. He was very friendly and knowledgeable. He was always excited about comics and his customers. He made his customers feel welcomed every time you went into his store.

You are invited to attend visiting hours Wednesday, Nov. 14, from 4 to 7 p.m., in MERCADANTE FUNERAL HOME & CHAPEL, 370 Plantation St., Worcester. His funeral will be celebrated Thursday, Nov. 15, at 10 a.m., in the funeral home. Burial will follow in Worcester County Memorial Park of Paxton.

To share your thoughts and memories of Roger, please visit his personal guestbook at www.mercadantefuneral.com.

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